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Many of your questions may have been asked by other youth. Our FAQ section provides answers to the more common questions. Start here.

External Aboriginal Programs and Services

This page contains a comprehensive list of links to Aboriginal programs and services for a wide variety of needs.

Internal Aboriginal Programs and Services

The Youth Employment Centre

Free employment and career counselling services are available to all youth between 15-24 years. Free services include fax machine, Employment Counsellors, photocopies, job boards, Internet and computer access, hiring and career fairs, internal workshops, and resource area.

What does The Aboriginal Outreach Worker do?

  • Assist Aboriginal youth with career planning, resume writing, job search techniques, interview skills, educational and funding options
  • Conduct community workshops for Aboriginal youth groups in career and employment planning
  • Develop community partnerships and plan events for Aboriginal youth
  • Coordinate programs that target Aboriginal youth in employment and training

Sherri Kellock
Aboriginal Youth Outreach Worker
City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre
2nd Floor, 315 - 10 Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 0W2
(403) 268-5463
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YEC's Aboriginal Youth Connections Group provides Aboriginal youth the opportunity to meet weekly and learn about community, culture and employment. The group is also a great way for participants to meet new friends and create a positive network for continued success.

Click here for the PDF poster

Born to Be Aboriginal Youth Program

The Born to Be Program is not currently available. Watch this page for future announcements, as we offer it periodically throughout the year.

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